Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences at UNESCO Flavia Schlegel says UNESCO is contributing towards science to build peaceful and prosperous cooperations between countries.
Various international and regional social, health and child organisations are meeting in Sandton, Johannesburg, to develop a regional campaign aimed at reducing the number of early and unintended pregnancies in Southern Africa.
SABC Board member, Mathatha Tsedu says it is important for the internet to be inclusive as it is a crucial tool for sharing information.
On 18 November this year, the world will know who becomes the winning bidder to host the World Expo 2025, with three cities shortlisted.
A recent report by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation indicates that African languages on the continent are facing a serious threat of extinction within the next twenty years.